Friday, July 18, 2008

Following Rainbows

We didn't stop to dig, or break into containers looking for crocks, but followed the rainbows to the land where dreams come true.

Once there we found fields full of gold,

slides of silver,

and in the flower garden, a little bunny wabbit.

The real reason for not stopping was that we had a plane to catch and flying only with hand luggage we didn't have a spade with us, as sharp items etc. are no longer permissable on flights, although somebody did get caught in customs with a pair of scissors in her pencil case.


Ed Clayton said...

Your bunny is sweet! I have started a blog (albeit for my business - so won't be as fun as yours!) Have a look at:

Let me know what you think!


Lori Skoog said...

Nea...thanks for caring about Josh. Right now he is asleep on the couch...but he will go with me to the barn this morning.
I have never seen so many rainbows at once. Sounds like you have been doing some traveling. Do you drive? What is the price of gas over there (in dollars)?
People here are starting to get more conservative with their driving since the price of gas is around $4.30 a gallon. You have always payed so much more.

PI said...

Lovely - all that need is Sting singing. P'raps not.

Casdok said...

How lovely that you found gold at the end of the rainbow!

Crowbard said...

Hi Lori,
I'm NEA's uncle Carl,
Here in the UK we are paying $12 a gallon for petrol (gas) and $13 a gallon for diesel. I can remember when I first bought petrol it used to be 25 pence a gallon - about 50 cents!!!!
To make it sound cheaper nowadays the gas-stations sell it by the litre which is about a fifth of a gallon.
Many diesel drivers are now using cooking oil to fuel-up their diesel autos because it doesn't carry so much tax and averages about half the price of diesel.

Nea said...

Hello Cuz, the blog format looks great and I love the shot.

Hi Lori,
We went to England for my grandmothers 100 birthday party and brought two of my nieces with us back to Sweden for a 3 week break. We are paying around ten dollars per gallon at the moment. We try and use trains and bike/walk when we can, but as there were going to be 6 of us travelling home from the airport, it was cheaper to use the car.

Hi Pat, why not, thouugh I saw a program a while back where a boys choir sang it possibly better than Sting.

Wasn't it, Casdok! Hope you're finding some rainbows with gold at the end of them on your trip too.

Hiya farbror Crowbard, you're paying more than we are!